People with vocational skills that industry needs earn more than MBAs or engineers

People with vocational skills that industry needs earn more than MBAs or engineers

Recent survey found that salaries across 12 sectors of vocationally skilled blue-collar job profiles exceed those of engineers by between 10% and 27%. In six out of the 12 sectors ├óÔé¼ÔÇØ apparel, automotive, construction, food processing, gems & jewellery and logistics ├óÔé¼ÔÇØthe salaries for certain job profiles are on a par, or even more than those of MBAs, particularly in the five-eight years’ experience category. It was noted since most blue-collar workers are untrained, those that are skilled and in productive jobs get paid substantially more than before. MBAs are paid more than engineers on average but several vocationally skilled job profiles are catching up, especially in the five-eight years’ experience category.

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